OBJECTIVE: A utriculus masculinum is encountered in 12% of hypospadias. However, patients rarely present with symptoms, such as post-void incontinence or infection. We describe a combined laparoscopic-cystoscopic approach to overcome the challenge posed by the location of the utriculus deep within the pelvis and to accurately identify the confluence of the utriculus with the urethra. METHODS: A 12-year-old boy with Williams syndrome and previous hypospadias surgery presented with new-onset progressive day- ...
30 Jun 2013
Volume: 9 Issue: 3 Pages: 388. e1-388. e2
Journal of pediatric urology